LISTSERV at the University of Georgia
Menubar Imagemap
Home Browse Manage Request Manuals Register
Previous (more recent) messageNext (less recent) messagePrevious (more recent) in topicNext (less recent) in topicPrevious (more recent) by same authorNext (less recent) by same authorPrevious page (November 2000, week 2)Back to main SAS-L pageJoin or leave SAS-L (or change settings)ReplyPost a new messageSearchProportional fontNon-proportional font
Date:         Tue, 14 Nov 2000 22:21:35 -0500
Reply-To:     "David L. Ward" <dward@SASHELP.COM>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         "David L. Ward" <dward@SASHELP.COM>
Subject:      Re:
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"

In article <8usj41$ush$>, DonMayfield wrote: > Does anyone know the owner of this web site? I can't get it to > completely load. > > > > -- > posted by Don Mayfield > > > Sent via > Before you buy. is now running using SAS software, and is still in the process of being re-developed. A Perl program sends user requests on to a waiting SAS session listening on a TCP/IP socket. This session is called the "dispatcher" (similar to SAS/Intrnet's) and is the master "brain" that oversees user requests. It is responsible for finding the next available "drone", the terminology for the sessions that actually process the requests (similar to SAS/Connect sessions). There are a few kinks in the process which are still currently being worked on. These are due to BUGS in the SAS System which have been openly discussed with SI technical support (then on to developers). It seems that no one else has pushed the socket access method to its limits like we have in developing this product.

One of the problems with the socket access method causes SAS to delay in responding when it has not had a request in a *long* time. Not sure what *long* means yet. If no requests have come the first takes a while, then possibly the second, but then the rest fly like the wind. Neither I nor tech support have any idea why the socket would behave this way.

Another outstanding other bug (not in SAS) is the fact that Netscape users can not load the main page correctly. The behavior you described happens to me too if I use Netscape (which I do not normally). This puzzles me because a Perl program receives the results from the SAS session and issues a plain 'ol print STDOUT ; function to send the results back to the user.

Try This load for me in Netscape but the home page does not.

Does any one have any ideas?

Thanks, David Ward

Back to: Top of message | Previous page | Main SAS-L page